Early detection saves lives

Healthy habits boost overall wellness when combined with preventive care and routine visits with a primary care provider. In fact, preventive screenings have the power to avoid thousands of cancer-related deaths by identifying and treating disease early. According to the CDC, more than 91,000 heart disease deaths could be prevented each year. The power behind prevention is undeniable. Routine office visits help to uncover issues before it's too late.

Reid Health is dedicated to bringing awareness to and educating the community about the many different ways you can take charge of your health by staying on top of preventive care. Our team is here to connect you with the care that is right for you.

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About 1 in 8 women will be diagnosed with invasive breast cancer in their lifetime.

Getting an annual mammogram can help detect breast cancer early. When breast cancer is caught early enough and is still localized without spread, 5-year survival rates are 99%.

This screening is best for:

  • Women 40-49 have the option, but might require a provider's referral based on risk factors and patient input.
  • Women 50-70 should receive a mammogram every 1-2 years.

Enhancements in mammography technology

Today's standard in mammography for cancer screenings is traditional 2D technology that might have limitations if you're a woman with dense breast tissue. Reid Health Breast Center offers digital 3D mammograms that provide more detailed images, helping providers detect malignant tumors on scans with more precision than 2D mammography. Digital mammograms have been shown to spot up to 28% more cancers than film. Additionally, digital mammograms are stored directly into a computer, allowing the recorded data to be enhanced, magnified, or easily transmitted for further evaluation, making for quick results when timing is everything.

Available locations for this screening:

  • Richmond
  • Connersville
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Low-Dose Lung Scan

When lung cancer is caught early, it has a higher chance of being cured.

Lung CTs capture far more detailed imagery than a conventional chest X-ray, making detection easier for your provider. The earlier an issue is found, the better the outcome. Lung CTs involve low radiation exposure and are not invasive.

This screening is best for individuals 50-80 years of age who:

  • Have a history of smoking tobacco
  • Have no signs or symptoms of lung cancer
  • Are currently a smoker or have quit smoking within the past 15 years
  • Have at least a 20 "pack-year" smoking history (a "pack-year" is equal to smoking one pack per day for one year; 1 pack = 20 cigarettes)

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Peace of mind is priceless. Lung scans are $29 all year long.

Prostate Screening

1 in 8 men are diagnosed with prostate cancer in their lifetime.

Prostate screenings can be performed in two ways: a prostate-specific antigen (PSA) blood test and/or a digital rectum exam (DRE). A screening can help identify prostate cancer early when it's easier to treat and more likely to be cured.

This screening is best for:

  • Men 40-45 who are at high risk for prostate cancer. High-risk men include those who are African American and have a father, brother, or son who has been diagnosed with prostate cancer younger than age 65 and men with more than one "first-degree" relative (father, brother, son) who has had a diagnosis.
  • Men 50 and older who have discussed prostate cancer screening with their doctor
  • African American males who are not Hispanic. Rates of positive cases in older men (65+) increase in these populations.

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Screenings for colon cancer can detect and remove polyps before they turn into cancer.

Colorectal cancer is the second-leading cancer killer in the United States. With early detection, your provider will be able to remove polyps that, over time, could turn into cancerous cells. Detecting polyps and removing them early is key.

This screening is best for:

  • Individuals who are 45 and older. If you have a family history or other risk factors, your doctor may recommend having a colonoscopy sooner.
  • Individuals who had their first colonoscopy but have not had a repeat screening in more than 10 years

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Cervical Screenings (Pap Test)

The Pap test can help prevent cervical cancer or find it early, according to the CDC.

A Pap test is designed to find and identify precancerous cells that might become cancer if the irregular cells are not treated early. Pap tests have such a profound impact on women's health the cervical cancer death rate has dropped significantly with the increase in women prioritizing their annual screenings.

This screening is best for:

  • Women 21-29 should have a Pap smear alone every 3 years.
  • Women 30-65 should have a Pap smear every 3 years and HPV testing every 5 years.
  • Women 65 and older don't need a screening if they have a history of negative prior screenings.

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Skin Checks

Skin cancer is the most common type of cancer.

Your provider may recommend checking your own skin regularly, typically once a month. If you find something new or different, make an appointment with your provider to have them examine it. When cancer is identified and caught early, in most instances it can be treated and cured.

Skin checks are for people who have a higher risk of skin cancer, like:

  • People with reduced immunity
  • People who have previously had skin cancer
  • People with a strong family history of skin cancer
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Heart Scans

20 minutes can save your life!

A heart CT scan looks for calcium buildup in the arteries, helping to spot heart disease in its earliest stages and allowing for quick action and treatment that can help prolong your life.

This screening is best for:

  • Individuals 40 and older

If you have experienced any of the following, a physician referral will be required for this scan:

  • Have or had a history of coronary artery disease diagnosed by a doctor
  • Heart attack
  • A previous test showing heart artery blockage
  • Currently seeing a doctor for heart attack or blockage
  • A coronary calcification test done within the past 5 years
  • Have or had symptoms that make you worry about your heart such as chest pains, shortness of breath, and palpitations

Available locations for this screening:

  • Richmond
  • Connersville
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Vascular Screening

Detect your risk for stroke, aortic aneurysm, and peripheral artery disease.

This three-part screening takes about 45 minutes.

This screening is best for:

  • Individuals 50 and older
  • Individuals who had their last screening 5 or more years ago

Did you know?

  • More than 700,000 Americans suffer from stroke each year. Some could be prevented if risk factors are found early.
  • A ruptured aneurysm is life-threatening. Finding a weakened or distended artery wall can be life-saving.
  • A vascular screening can determine risk for peripheral artery disease, which occurs when arteries that carry blood to the arms or legs become narrow or blocked.

Available locations for this screening:

  • Richmond
  • Connersville
  • Greenville
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Heart Scans & Vascular Screenings $49 regular price, $29 during promotional periods

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